Introduction of The Center for Energy and Environmental Research


Recognizing the necessity of balancing economic development with environmental protection and social inclusion, our institute established the Center for Energy and Environment Research (CEER) in 1992. The center aims to bring together professionals from different disciplines to create an interdisciplinary platform for policy and academic research.

Vision and Missions

Our center's vision is to promote sustainable development models that balance economic, social, and environmental health. Our mission is to accelerate the realization of this vision through the following means:

1. Bringing together interdisciplinary talents to conduct policy and academic research on energy and environmental issues to enhance stakeholders' and the public's knowledge and understanding.
2. Proposing representative initiatives for important energy and environmental issues.
3. Communicating and discussing with different stakeholders to improve decision-making quality.
4. Assisting the public and private sectors in planning policy content and solutions and providing professional consulting services.
5. Cultivating researchers and consulting talents related to energy and environmental issues.

Research Focus

Our center conducts research on global climate change, depletion of energy resources, environmental pollution, sustainability, and low-carbon transformation by combining interdisciplinary professionals. We aim to develop forward-thinking, practical, and feasible energy, environmental, and economic policy guidelines, strategic planning, and management solutions to provide references for various sectors of industry, government, academia, and the general public.

Key Work Areas

1. Planning, evaluating, and promoting environmental governance policies (such as environmental taxes, carbon pricing, total control of emissions trading, performance standards, etc.).
2. Consulting and assisting companies in low-carbon transformation (carbon inventory, carbon footprint, carbon neutrality, internal carbon pricing, etc.).
3. Training of environmental management professionals (education and training, workshops, etc.).
4. Advocating for environmental issues and organizing related activities

Name Position Education Research Field
Liou, Je-Liang Research Fellow,Director  Ph.D. National Taiwan University, Department of Agricultural Economics
Environmental and Resource Economics
Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA)
Economic Impact Analysis (EIA)
External Cost Evaluation
Monetary Valuation of Environmental Impacts
Nonmarket Evaluation
Environmental Policy Evaluation
Analysis of Environmental Tax
Carbon Pricing on Taiwan
Lo, Shih-Fang Research Fellow Ph.D., Institute of Business and Management, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan
Performance Evaluation
Financial Market and Investment
Sustainable Development
Lin, Hen-I Associate Research Fellow Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics, Texas A&M University
Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
Agricultural Economics
Market and Information Economics
Cost-and-Benefit Analysis
Hung, Chih-Ming Assistant Research Fellow Ph.D., National Chengchi University
Industrial Organization
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Lee, Ying-Chiao Analyst MS in Mathematics, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Public Policy
Trade and Environment
Industry Economy
Wei, I-Hua Analyst M.S. National Taipei University of Technology, Department of Institute of Environmental Planning and Management, R.O.C.
Environmental Planning and Management
Waste Management and Resource Recovery
Hydrogen and Fuel Cell
New Energy Policy
Jheng, Ruei-He Analyst M. A. The Graduate Institute of Industrial Economics, National Central University
Energy Economics
Environmental Economics
Industrial Economics

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